I'm not sure if this was the correct place to post my comment/question, or whether I should have started a new thread. I was in Home Depot looking for raised seat toilets when I saw the Glacier Bay dual flush (no model name), sku #468 213 in biscuit, price $158 with a lifetime warranty. I actually prefer bone, because that is the color of my present bathroom and toilet, but I saw this one and thought the price was acceptable. Due to neck surgery and a subsequent stroke, I have recently become disabled, (I can't drive or work), and even though I am able to walk with the use of a cane, I need a toilet that is ADA certified, (or compliant) because of my knees. Since I am not working, I am on a strict budget, hence the comment on the price being "acceptable", but I wanted to research this toilet before I bought it. I'm glad I did, because even with a lifetime warranty, I only want to remove and install a toilet once. I will be doing it myself, (hopefully), since I've had it out before to repair the flange ring(?) and I can't afford to purchase a toilet plus pay the labor to install it. What I would like to know, are there any toilets that are relatively inexpensive, (I don't like the word cheap), that are ADA compliant that you would recommend buying? I researched what makes a toilet ADA compliant, and it stated a bowl height of 17" to 19". So why do some toilets with a bowl height of 16.5 inches qualify as ADA compliant, while others do not? It makes an already difficult decision even more difficult. Any assistance you could provide me would help. Thank you.